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Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling 'volatility subdued' – should you buy travel money?

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Lynn continued: “Once we are allowed to travel again, this will signify the end of the COVID bump and I anticipate this will mean the Pound has improved even more significantly than the level it is at today.

“On top of this, when it comes to your consumer rights, using a travel card will always be a safer and cheaper option than using cash.

“Multi-currency travel cards that enable you to spend in the local currency (in Currensea’s case directly from your own bank account, cutting out international charges) will always be the best way to save money.

“This will enable you to spend directly with local services while on holiday using the ‘real-rate’ and only take out cash if needed from an ATM.”



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